Prime Numbers Technology Releases Traveler Scorecard API

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Prime Numbers Technology, an independent provider of data analytics technology and the driving force behind the industry-leading travel benchmarking and sourcing products, PRIME Analytics and PRIME Sourcing, has today announced the release of their latest Traveler Scorecard API, which provides Travel Management Companies (TMCs) an advanced new way to receive and interact with goal performance data.

PNT's new API draws inspiration from one of PRIME Analytics' most popular features – the Goals/ROI module - which allows corporations to measure and rank travelers' policy compliance based on configurable goals, such as advance purchase, acceptance of lowest fare, and online vs. agent booking. By utilizing Prime Numbers' Traveler Scorecard API, TMCs can leverage customer portal integration to display individual traveler scorecards at the point of sale, driving travel policy compliance and increasing potential savings. Just as it is possible in PRIME Analytics' Goals/ROI module, Traveler Scorecards integrated in the booking process allow further drilldown and analysis of a travelers' goal and policy performance.

"Viewing their own performance against company-set goals gives travelers meaningful context for where they stand with regards to their company's travel policy," said Prime Numbers' Vice President of Software Development, Doug Vasquez. "This in turn has a direct influence on their behavior when booking travel."

"The new Traveler Scorecard API partners PRIME Analytics' powerful benchmarking capability with the flexibility of custom integration," Vasquez added. "We're excited to see how our users will adapt the product to their unique situations."

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